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42"H Protective Rail Barrier Post For Double Rail

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42"H Protective Rail Barrier Post For Double Rail

Item #: WB436732

Sold By: globalindustrial.com

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Price: $ 109.95
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42"H Double Rail Mounting Post for Protective Steel Rail Barriers

These 4" sq. x 1/4" thick tubular 5 gauge steel posts are sold individually and support 2 rails. Base plates measure 10" sq. x 5/8" thick and are pre-drilled for easy installation. Highly visible safety yellow finish. Install Optional Drop-In Brackets (sold separately) to post to allow easy, tool free rail installation by simply sliding them into place. To support a single rail, choose the 18"H Post. Each post increases overall length by 4".

PLEASE NOTE: This model is NOT compatible with model # 442594, 442595, 867100, 867101, 867102, 867103, 867104 and 867105.

Product Specifications

    • LENGTH INCHES43
    • COLOR FINISHYellow
    • ASSEMBLYUnassembled
    • BASE LENGTH INCHES10
    • BASE WIDTH INCHES10
    • BRANDGlobal Industrial™
    • CONSTRUCTIONSteel
    • DESCRIPTIONGuard Rail Post
    • MOUNT TYPEBolt-On or Drop-In/Lift-Out
    • IMPACT CAPACITY10,000 lbs @ 4MPH
    • STYLEPost - Double Rail
    • MODEL436732
    • TUBE DIAMETER INCHES4
    • WEIGHT LBS60
    • BASE THICKNESS INCHES1/2
    • TYPE42"H Double Rail Post
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Your review: Strong and Sturdy. Just as promised on the web site.

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Protective barrier

Your review: Exactly what it shold have been and what I expected

Pros: bright color

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Your review: These are sturdy and easy to install guard rail support posts.

Pros: Very competitive costs, quality, durable construction.

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Your review: These work out great for our application

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Your review: Second Time we ordered and it works great easy to put together

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What size (inches) are holes in post, not base plate?

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What size bolts do the railing use?

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Are the drop in brackets required if using this as a corner? The alignment of the bolt hole pattern may cause a clearance issues.

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What's the spacing on the threaded holes where the rails attach? I'm asking because I need to replace the 18" single posts I purchased from you several years ago with the 42" double posts. The spacing looks wider on the illustrations, but in the video they look like mine.

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